Once the data is in a form you like, you can use it in transactional apps, operational apps, or send it to downstream systems using a variety of industry-standard APIs and query languages.
Query Interfaces and APIs – MarkLogic exposes data using a variety of industry-standard query interfaces and APIs that are familiar to developers. Developers don’t need to know everything about MarkLogic, they just need to know the API.
Types of applications and systems accessing data in MarkLogic include:
- Transactional apps: data services, micro-services
- Analytical apps: real-time trends, integration with BI tools such as Tableau
- Semantic apps: Ontology managers, OWL reasoners
- Downstream systems: Analytics in a data warehouse, Hadoop archives, etc.
Where Great Apps Begin – Whether you’re building a transactional or analytical app, MarkLogic is the place to start.
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